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How To Play A 2 Octave Minor Scale
#BASSNATION In the past I covered the 2 octave major scale, and I thought it was about time to do the same thing for the minor scale! As always, there are several ways to play this scale but I’m going to show you the way that works best for me and really helps you to shift and expand your fretboard. A constant goal we strive for!
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9 thoughts on “How To Play A 2 Octave Minor Scale”
Hi Daric, I like this scale! It will be a part of my daily practice plan! Thanx!
I like this to 🙂 Thx!
Hello Daric, can you place on the music pdf sheet the fingering. eb on the beginning of the lesson on G = index finger or 1st finger , A – middle finger or 3rd and so on. This will help greatly.Thank you for you on going effort of teaching. Excellent Job at this..God Greatly Bless You and continue to give you the wisdom in your musical endeavour.PeterB
Love your lessons! Please help me with your take on the two octave pentatonic MINOR scale.
Thanks so much! Of course, What exactly do you need help with?
Thanks for the reply!👍It would be great to have an episode just like the one you did on the two octave MAJOR pentatonic, but now with the MINOR pentatonic (with fingering and shifting). Thanks again for brightening up my my bassdays to the max.
Oh ok! Absolutely! Will do, actually a pretty simple concept just like the major. But of course the fingering will be a little different! I got you man! 👌🏾
Thanks a lot! You’re the best!🎈By the way…Here’s me an my wife’s take on ”Happy”. We play in churches in Sweden and hope to see you here soon.😀https://youtu.be/z3SQu75OPNg